April 23, 2016
Google Drive is absolutely a must-have tool in your teaching toolkit. Besides being a trusted cloud platform with 15 GB of free storage, it also offers a powerful suite of applications teachers and students can use to create edit and share word documents, presentations, spreadsheets and drawings. Everything created through Google Drive is automatically synced with your Drive accounts on other devices so you can securely access your files and documents from any device.
We have an entire section here in EdTech and mLearning dedicated entirely to everything related to the use of Drive in education. Google Drive Blog and Drive Help are two other great resources to help you tap into the educational potential of Drive and stay updated about its new releases. That being said, today’s post introduces you to four basic Drive tips every teacher should know about. These are explained in short video tutorials created by Google. The tips are : Working on the same file at the same time; How to view and edit your files offline, Sharing your documents and files; How to share with others in Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Click on the hyperlinked titles to watch the videos.
1- Working on the same file at the same time
2- How to view and edit your files offline
3- Sharing your documents and files
4- How to share with others in Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides